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By Meekah Hopkins and By Meekah Hopkins | October 16, 2012
Apples are fall's fruit to most. But there's another forgotten fruit that's in season -- one that is, in my opinion, a better flavor to infuse into cocktails: the pomegranate. This seedy little wonder is tangier than an apple, sweeter than a cranberry - basically, the perfect taste for richer, darker autumnal drinks. Pomegranates are also associated with ancient Middle Eastern cultures, which use the harvest in a variety of salads, sauces, oils, and drinks. Lebanese Taverna in Harbor East pays homage to the fruit and their own heritage with the Beirut, a potent cocktail of traditional arak.
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By Meekah Hopkins and By Meekah Hopkins | October 16, 2012
Apples are fall's fruit to most. But there's another forgotten fruit that's in season -- one that is, in my opinion, a better flavor to infuse into cocktails: the pomegranate. This seedy little wonder is tangier than an apple, sweeter than a cranberry - basically, the perfect taste for richer, darker autumnal drinks. Pomegranates are also associated with ancient Middle Eastern cultures, which use the harvest in a variety of salads, sauces, oils, and drinks. Lebanese Taverna in Harbor East pays homage to the fruit and their own heritage with the Beirut, a potent cocktail of traditional arak.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | January 10, 2012
Master Mixologist Brendan Dorr over at B&O American Brasserie has created a Ravens-inspired cocktail, just in time for the divisional round. The Hail Mary 1 1/4 ounce Hangar One Mandarin Blossom Vodka 1/2 ounce cassis syrup 3/4 ounce Lemon Juice 3/4 ounce Pomegranate Juice   Shake with ice. Stain into a cocktail glass. Garnish with a spiral twist of lemon. Enjoy! "Penalty," you're saying. "It's not purple!" No, it's not. That's why playoffs mixololgy is best left to a master mixologist.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | January 10, 2012
Master Mixologist Brendan Dorr over at B&O American Brasserie has created a Ravens-inspired cocktail, just in time for the divisional round. The Hail Mary 1 1/4 ounce Hangar One Mandarin Blossom Vodka 1/2 ounce cassis syrup 3/4 ounce Lemon Juice 3/4 ounce Pomegranate Juice   Shake with ice. Stain into a cocktail glass. Garnish with a spiral twist of lemon. Enjoy! "Penalty," you're saying. "It's not purple!" No, it's not. That's why playoffs mixololgy is best left to a master mixologist.
NEWS
December 7, 2011
It's a jolly drinking season. But if you're as uninspired by the usual eggnogs and creamy Hot Toddys like me, hit up RA Sushi for a fresh and sparkly holiday treat, the Pomegranate Breeze. The Breeze, RA's featured drink this month, is a playful take on more traditional, holiday-oriented cocktails. Think pomegranate martini meets Caribbean punch. Alex Summer, RA's Corporate Beverage Director, says the Breeze had spicy inspiration. "As the cocktail evolved, I wanted to use some spice flavors that are prominent during the season … clove, cinnamon, etc. The Pomegranate Breeze uses Fee Brothers Falernum, a Caribbean-style ingredient that has some of those flavors, and is used in rum-based cocktails.
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By Sara Engram and Sara Engram,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 1, 2003
Pomegranates have been consumed and celebrated for centuries in many parts of the world. But somehow this luscious fruit has never gathered a big following in this country. Maybe all those seeds seem to make too big a mess. If that's the problem, then pomegranate juice - no seeds allowed - may have a brighter future than the fruit. Already there are signs that pomegranate juice is catching on. At least one listing of current trends has named it the hottest new alcohol-free drink. "Pomegranate juice is like wine without the hangover," said a recent issue of Out magazine.
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By Liz F. Kay, The Baltimore Sun | October 17, 2010
The Federal Trade Commission's complaint against the maker of Pom Wonderful pomegranate juice was certainly worth headlines. The regulators have accused Pom Wonderful LLC of making unsubstantiated claims about the health benefits of its beverage, which it advertised as a panacea for heart disease, prostate cancer and erectile dysfunction, among other ailments. According to the FTC, most of the research the company cited did not follow standard scientific method or back up the advertised health claims.
NEWS
March 3, 2006
Is there any adverse interaction between Lipitor and pomegranate juice? I know there is a problem with grapefruit juice and Lipitor and wondered whether there could be a similar problem with other tart juices. I have been reading that pomegranate juice is very beneficial, but I take Lipitor, so I thought I should check first. Grapefruit affects drug metabolism and leads to higher levels of many medicines, including Lipitor. As a result, Lipitor may be more likely to cause side effects.
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By Joe Graedon and Teresa Graedon and Joe Graedon and Teresa Graedon,Special to the Sun; King Features Syndicate | June 2, 2002
Q. I have recently read that there are health benefits from drinking several ounces of pomegranate juice daily. I can't find where I read this and would appreciate knowing what research on pomegranate juice reveals. A. Pomegranate juice is not exactly a staple in most kitchens, but it does offer cardiovascular health benefits. In an article published two years ago in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Israeli scientists reported that pomegranate juice can help prevent the development of plaque in the arteries.
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By Bill Daley | December 6, 2006
Yes, the bourbon surely helps, but the maraschino cherry is what gives the classic Manhattan cocktail a signature glow. Replicate that flavor, if not the mood, by cooking with bourbon. Don't worry, the alcohol burns off. Cherry juice, mixed with pomegranate, provides a fresh zip and color to this quick saute of boneless pork tenderloin finished with a shot of bourbon. Bill Daley writes for the Chicago Tribune, which provided the recipe analysis. Pork Manhattan Serves 4 -- Total time: 26 minutes 4 thin (5 ounces each)
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December 7, 2011
It's a jolly drinking season. But if you're as uninspired by the usual eggnogs and creamy Hot Toddys like me, hit up RA Sushi for a fresh and sparkly holiday treat, the Pomegranate Breeze. The Breeze, RA's featured drink this month, is a playful take on more traditional, holiday-oriented cocktails. Think pomegranate martini meets Caribbean punch. Alex Summer, RA's Corporate Beverage Director, says the Breeze had spicy inspiration. "As the cocktail evolved, I wanted to use some spice flavors that are prominent during the season … clove, cinnamon, etc. The Pomegranate Breeze uses Fee Brothers Falernum, a Caribbean-style ingredient that has some of those flavors, and is used in rum-based cocktails.
NEWS
By Sara Engram and Sara Engram,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 1, 2003
Pomegranates have been consumed and celebrated for centuries in many parts of the world. But somehow this luscious fruit has never gathered a big following in this country. Maybe all those seeds seem to make too big a mess. If that's the problem, then pomegranate juice - no seeds allowed - may have a brighter future than the fruit. Already there are signs that pomegranate juice is catching on. At least one listing of current trends has named it the hottest new alcohol-free drink. "Pomegranate juice is like wine without the hangover," said a recent issue of Out magazine.
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By ROHINA PHADNIS | May 6, 2006
What it is -- A new line of pomegranate juices infused with wild-berry extract and mango and apple flavors. What we like about it --Odwalla's new 100 percent juices use other flavors to smooth out the sharpness of regular pomegranate. The PomaGrand mango juice was our favorite; the mango's sweetness balanced the pomegranate's aftertaste. The berry blend, which mixed apple, strawberry, raspberry and blueberry juices with pomegranate juice, still had a touch of the expected tartness we've come to expect from this trendy, potassium-rich fruit.
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